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Whoopi Goldberg cautions fans about Twitter impostor

Whoopi Goldberg has cautioned fans about an impostor who, she claims, has set up a Twitter account in her name.


London, May 26 : Whoopi Goldberg has cautioned fans about an impostor who, she claims, has set up a Twitter account in her name.

The comedienne, 54, who doesn't have an account on the microblogging site, was shocked when she discovered someone had been pretending to 'tweet' as her online.

And now she is warning fans about the fake Whoopi.

"I need everybody on Twitter to know there is someone pretending to be me. I have no account... I don't ever wanna (sic) be on Twitter. The person who is answering your questions is a fake. Let everybody know. I'm not on Twitter," the Daily Express quoted Goldberg as saying.

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